CROSSCUT | Kyle Canyon | US Forest Service  (2015)   CROSSCUT is a permanent public art piece at the Spring Mountains Visitor's Center in Kyle Canyon, NV. The 20'-0" diameter tile floor mural was handmade (over 800 unique tiles) and the design is based on a tree crosscut section. The colors were all based off existing ones seen in the surrounding natural environment. Many people helped with making this project, but special thanks to Robert Arnold, Alexander Sky, Miguel Rodriguez, and John Gregg from   Clay Arts Vegas  . I also want to thank John Harris from the US Forest Service, Deborah Bergin, and Craig Galati (  Lucchesi Galati Architects, Inc  ) for their support on the project.
       
     
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  CROSSCUT | Kyle Canyon | US Forest Service  (2015)   CROSSCUT is a permanent public art piece at the Spring Mountains Visitor's Center in Kyle Canyon, NV. The 20'-0" diameter tile floor mural was handmade (over 800 unique tiles) and the design is based on a tree crosscut section. The colors were all based off existing ones seen in the surrounding natural environment. Many people helped with making this project, but special thanks to Robert Arnold, Alexander Sky, Miguel Rodriguez, and John Gregg from   Clay Arts Vegas  . I also want to thank John Harris from the US Forest Service, Deborah Bergin, and Craig Galati (  Lucchesi Galati Architects, Inc  ) for their support on the project.
       
     

CROSSCUT | Kyle Canyon | US Forest Service (2015)

CROSSCUT is a permanent public art piece at the Spring Mountains Visitor's Center in Kyle Canyon, NV. The 20'-0" diameter tile floor mural was handmade (over 800 unique tiles) and the design is based on a tree crosscut section. The colors were all based off existing ones seen in the surrounding natural environment. Many people helped with making this project, but special thanks to Robert Arnold, Alexander Sky, Miguel Rodriguez, and John Gregg from Clay Arts Vegas. I also want to thank John Harris from the US Forest Service, Deborah Bergin, and Craig Galati (Lucchesi Galati Architects, Inc) for their support on the project.

20141223-3.jpg
       
     
IMG_9799.jpg
       
     
IMG_1412-1.jpg
       
     
23+Mar.+19.jpg
       
     
28+Mar.+19.jpg
       
     
34+Mar.+19.jpg
       
     
37+Mar.+19.jpg
       
     
IMG_6369.jpg
       
     
IMG_8760.jpg
       
     
IMG_5828.jpg
       
     
IMG_6691.jpg
       
     
IMG_3260.jpg